Lyn Molony of Martha's Attic has taken a nice wrought iron table and added one of our most popular stencils to the top. She sent me an email describing her work process and I just had to add this quote from her. "I bring vintage and unloved furniture back to life and enjoy every minute of it." That could be the byline for our blog! We couldn't agree more, Lyn!
Lyn uses Annie Sloan chalk paint to rehab her vintage pieces and that's what gives this garden table such a wonderful, aged look. I don't have the specific paint colors used but I bet that's Annie Sloan Graphite for the stencil itself.
The stencil used is Hotel De L'Avenir, which we've showcased on Feature Friday several times. It was the stencil used on our Thonet Chair feature, The Schoolhouse Cabinet feature, and The French Book Cart feature.
If you'd like to check out the Hotel De L'Avenir stencil in our shop, click here. There's a square version and a longer rectangular version, so it's adaptable for whatever you're working on.
I can just see myself sitting here having a cup of tea out on the green, as long as the fickle English weather cooperates!
Lyn has a facebook page you can like and she also tweets @marthasattic.
Busy weekend full of website design before I am off for a mini vacation. Hope you all have a good one!